Are you ready to evangelize and disciple people with just the resources you carry on your phone if necessary?
Angry Birds, selfies and Snapchat, all the byproducts of the rise of smartphones, but who would have thought that smartphones with their multiple applications would become such a large part of daily life, or even go as far as to induce dependence?
The Pew Research Center recently conducted a study about the U.S. smartphone use in 2015. 24/7 Wall St. has taken some tidbits from the story to outline the current position and direction of smartphone use in the United States.
Currently, about two-thirds of all Americans own a smartphone, and in everyday use these smartphones act as a gateway to the online world. This number has grown from 35% in 2011 as ever newer iPhone, Galaxy and Droid phones enter the market.
One out of every 10 Americans owns a smartphone but does not have access to broadband Internet at home. At the same time, three out of every…
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